Stay tuned!-Kim Top 2008-11-13 19:38:30 #15 kimweintraub Registered: Oct 28 2008 Posts: 25 Very interesting. I wonder if this fixed "kimweintraub"'s problem.... None of the validation errors are to do with what you mention. (I was quite impressed that there's a poll somewhere about the nLab! Hence, the less-than-or-equal symbol (<=) could be encoded as ' <='. http://downloadmunkey.net/xml-parsing/xml-parsing-error-not-well-formed-url.php
How can I prove its value? Zubi Pen Greenhorn Posts: 26 posted 8 years ago XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: http://localhost/student/studentList.jsp Line Number 12, Column 30: I keep getting the above error, could some please help Top Copyright © 2013 Adobe Systems Incorporated. If this is the case then the error could be on page 1.
the entity references & for the ampersand and < for the less-than character). When I distribute the form and send out the file with the _pub_0001.pdf extension, the user can open, fill out and return the form. The line number is not at the end, it is usually somewhere closer to the beginning, on page 2 or 3. Skip to toolbar About WordPress About WordPress WordPress.org Documentation Support Forums Feedback Search Log In Skip to main content Skip to search Main Menu Drupal.org home Download & Extend Community Documentation
Please don't fill out this field. Note that the ampersand (&) and less-than (<) characters are not permitted in XML attribute values. So you're good there. For example, opening it in Acrobat 5, which will ignore the XFA part of the form.
Why "smashed avocado" rather than "mashed avocado"? Both Safari and Firefox says the file not well formed. I am in LiveCycle only. if I uninstall it?
Show Marc Batchelor added a comment - 07/Apr/14 7:47 PM I re-opened this case - the case here is that PDI is not encoding the attribute value. XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: http://www.domain.com/files/xmlsitemap/gss.xsl Line Number 1, Column 1:/modules/xmls/modules/xmlsitemap/gss/gss.jsp/gss/gss.css Log in or register to post comments Comment #2 Darren Oh CreditAttribution: Darren Oh commented February 22, 2008 at Earlier in her career she used these same technologies for the creation of an on-line tax paying system for businesses in Washington state. Of course, with most sites that doesn't matter since most sites are just tag soup.
I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. Since XFDL computes appear in a compute attribute, these must be escaped with character or entity references (e.g. Xml Parsing Error Not Well Formed Firefox the entity references & for the ampersand and < for the less-than character). I appreciate the input, but your I don't think your solution applies since I have been 100% inside LiveCycle.I have also used some of the other suggestions to look for possible
But, I did recreate Page 8 by copying from prior pages, maybe I need to try completely from scratch.I did have my user try to distribute the form where I had this contact form I hope you get it working. When you re-created page 8 did you let LiveCycle create the fields itself straight from the Data View tab? I am assuming because I am not using an external data source?Thanks! -Kim Top 2008-11-14 10:14:27 #18 thomp Registered: Feb 15 2006 Posts: 4411 If you didn't set up an external
It also happens when I try and generate the XML sitemap through Yoast It also says 5 | 0.0002 | disabled () | not cached | 0 | select IP from nLab pages don't quite validate according to the strictest interpretation of the XHTML+MathML+SVG code, but that's due to something a little daft in the SVG part of the specification. Looking at the code, it's clearly not using an XML writer nor is it using ESAPI. http://downloadmunkey.net/xml-parsing/xml-parsing-error-not-well-formed-iis.php but if i set the dataType is "text", the FireFox can parse it.
But when I start adding pages back in, I have the problem I described above. Could some one help please Thanks https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-seo/ Viewing 3 replies - 1 through 3 (of 3 total) Pcosta88 @pcosta88 2 months, 1 week ago Hi, I can see that the link Viewing it in Chrome does not result in a parsing error notification.
Then I changed the text to questions required on Page 8.Note: When I go to the Data View tab, it is empty. I thought this was a silly idea but checked anyway. I thought the problem was on Page 8 and/or Page 9, but could it simply be the file size? nLab > nLab Technical Matters: Firefox XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Bottom of Page 1 to 7 of 7 CommentRowNumber1.CommentAuthorJon_Phillips CommentTimeFeb 17th 2010(edited Feb 19th 2010) PermaLinkAuthor: Jon_PhillipsFormat: TextEdit: It
How can I avoid being chastised for a project I inherited which was already buggy, but I was told to add features instead of fixing it? I've not heard of that error before. XML parsing error: not well formed (invalid token) (error code 4) Forum Index > Forms: LiveCycle Designer > XML parsing error: not well formed (invalid token) (error code 4) 2008-10-28 14:41:12 http://downloadmunkey.net/xml-parsing/xml-parsing-error-not-well-formed-asp-net.php He further suggests that it is produced by a proxy and that it is the proxy that is broken, not instiki!
Try clearing your cache and trying again. About this Plugin Yoast SEO Support Threads Reviews Topic Info In: Plugins and Hacks 3 replies 2 participants Last reply from: alberta2610 Last activity: 2 months, 1 week ago 4.6 Status: Looking at the code, it's clearly not using an XML writer nor is it using ESAPI. Then I had her try through Page 7, and again she got the XML error (even though I didn't when I distributed to myself.)FYI - the line number and column referenced
Erica Frandsen is an XML, ASP, and SQL Server expert. So I thought I had it figured out ... But why only page 8, that is weird. In a company crossing multiple timezones, is it rude to send a co-worker a work email in the middle of the night?
Both Safari and Firefox says the file not well formed. I noticed that, no matter what I put on Page 8, I always get XML parsing errors. Browse other questions tagged jquery ajax firefox or ask your own question. Of course, with most sites that doesn't matter since most sites are just tag soup.
JSP(TM) and XML takes you beyond the basics, giving you practical advice and in-depth coverage. I hope you get it working. His mantra is that a project should implement usable and maintainable technology rather than using the latest technology for technology's sake. In the result file, the special characters are encoded in XML tag body, but not in the attribute.
What browser are you using? Why are you trying to parse your JSP as XML, when it isn't? No idea if that would then break things for other people though.Is it possible for that to be fixed?